‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 6 Spoilers: Belle’s Unborn Baby To Come Into Play
The unborn baby of Belle (Emilie de Ravin) will reportedly come into play in “Once Upon A Time” season 6, recent spoilers revealed.Advertisement
According to Pop Sugar, lead writer Edward Kitsis hinted that the upcoming season of the ABC fairy tale dramatic series will surely be more interesting especially that the sleeping beauty’s unborn child will be “dealt with next season” as the mother may finally wake up.
Along with this exciting revelation, Kitsis, together with another lead writer, Adam Horowitz, declared that while the previous season of “Once Upon A Time” took place in the world, the sixth season “will be all about Storybrooke.”
And when it comes to the show’s main characters, Horowitz had this to say, “The paradigm for what season six will be is a little bit different than what we’ve done the last few years, and we’re very excited by it.”
“It involves our core group of characters, Storybrooke, and flashing back to other realms,” he further explained. “It’s both a little something old and something new.”
As the series’ fans never had a glimpse of Rumpel’s mother, “Once Upon A Time” season 6 might just be the right time to meet her, the spoilers suggested.
Accordingly, this is a plot that the writers would like to explore.
Meanwhile, the highly-anticipated sixth season might introduce new characters that are not part of any fairy tale, particularly those from the Land of Untold Stories who are said to “to stir up some trouble” around torn.
Talking about the Land of Untold Stories at “Once Upon A Time” season 6, Jekyll (Hank Harris) and Hyde (Sam Witwer), who appeared at season 5 finale, hinted about these possible new characters, Entertainment Weekly surmised.
While flipping on the storybooks found in the New York Public Library, it was noted that there was a photo that showed someone riding a horse. This may mean that Don Quixote is joining soon.
Among the other new characters that may appear in “Once Upon A Time” season 6 are those from “The Water-Babies, A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby,” “Gulliver’s Travels” and “The Three Musketeers.”